"“As We Are” is a fourteen-foot, 3-D universal human head made from ribbons of ultra-bright, LED screens. In the back of the neck is a photo booth capable of taking 3D pictures. Once a visitor has their picture taken, they step out of the booth and their head is displayed on the giant head.
The sculpture addresses the relationship between self and representation of self, asking the subject of the portrait to reconsider presence through magnification. It is intended to provide amusement and evoke larger discussions around the phenomena of social media, diversity, and the power dynamic of public art ...."
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by Daniel Crooks
"A collaboration between Nat Cursio and Daniel Crooks, at least for a while anyway locates Don Asker, a treasure of Australian dance practice, amongst his ‘other’ life as a farmer. In this imaginatively rendered portrait, Asker’s body is prised open to celebrate the depth of corporeal knowledge encapsulated within one extraordinary human being. Figure and ground coalesce in a work which meditates upon continuity, place and the solubility of identity."
Don Asker - performer
Pete Brundle - sound designer
Genevieve Lacey - recorder player
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Listed in category: Body
by Greg Barth
Enter the world of Carré Bleu, an artist and composer who is shaping the music of tomorrow by creating gravity and time defying human instruments.
in this surreal pop mockumentary, Carré Bleu opens up about his exclusive music production methods.
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A tiny man falls in love with a beautiful swan.
My graduation film from the Royal College of Art 2013.
Directed and animated by Hannah Jacobs
Written by Victoria Manifold
Additional animation by Anna EIjsbouts and Lara Lee
Music written and produced by Kerry Leatham and Finnola D'albert
Sound design by Harry Jacobs
Sound Mix by Mike Wyeld
Listed in category: Narration